Veritas Property Inspection Performs Home Inspections According to interNachi (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors) Standards, Which Are the Most Comprehensive Set of Standards in the Property Inspection Industry. Please Refer to Our "Buyer Services" Section For a Detailed Look at the Scope of a Home Inspection.
Depending on the Size and Condition of the Property, a Standard Home Inspection can Typically be Completed in 2-4 Hours.
Price Depends Primarily on the Type, (House, Condo, Mobile Home, etc) Size, and Whether the Client Chooses Add-On Services (Pool/Spa Inspection, Pool House Inspection, Detached Accessory Building Inspection, etc). We are Competitively Priced and Will Price Match any Competitor Who Offers a Comparable Level of Service. We Include Thermal Imaging and Visual Mold Inspections in Our Standard Home Inspection, Whereas Many Competitors Charge Extra. Prices Begin at $295 For a House, $225 For a Condo.
You Always Have The Option of Attending The Home Inspection, But Are Not Required to do so. All Required Paperwork and Payment Can Be Arranged Via Email and Telephone. Many Home buyers Consider Attending the Home Inspection a Great Way to Learn About the Workings of Their New Home. Even if you Cannot Attend, You Are Always Welcome to Call or Email Your Inspector With Any Questions For as Long as You Own the Home.
Yes, a Comprehensive Home Inspection Requires That All Utilities be Turned on and Working. Your Home's Components Will be Tested Under Normal "Everyday Use" Conditions. Here Are Additional Ways You Can Help Your Home Inspection go as Smoothly as Possible:
According to The EPA, (Environmental Protection Agency) Our Service Areas are Not Considered High Radon Gas Areas (Higher Than 4 pCi/L). Because of This, We do Not Feel That Offering Radon Gas Testing Will Provide Value For Our Clients. If You Feel You Require Radon Gas Testing, Several Options Are Available. Free and/or Low Cost Radon Testing Kits are Available Online as Well as At Many Big Box Home Improvement Stores. Also, Radon Testing is Available Through Licensed and Certified Indoor Air Quality Professionals.